Saturday, February 21, 2015 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Location: central Austin (to be announced)
The poem that you have in your hands is a living, changeable thing. The
way the poem starts its life—its line and stanza structure, its use of
sound and rhythm, the order of its lines—may morph as the poem matures.
The possibilities are both broad and deep.
Revision is at the heart of taking a good poem and making it an excellent
one. But how to get from Point A to Point B?
In this workshop, we’ll explore several strategies for reading
poems-in-progress with an eye toward revision.
This workshop has reached its limit of 8 participants.